the law in a way that was in accordance with this. again, we've got to go back to this idea that our job, especially here at the white house, isn't to call balls and strikes and say, well, this person only violated part of the law, or let them go on this. if this was any other subject, if this was tax evasion and we said, well, they only really violated a little bit of -- they only cheated on their taxes a little, you wouldn't be saying hey, should they really be going to be prison or should they be getting a fine? at some point, laws are laws. and if people have a problem with the law, whether it's at the local, state, or federal issue, then we should petition our lawmakers and the executive at that particular branch of government and change it. but our job shouldn't be to figure out, should this individual not have to abide by the law, should this individual get a pass? if we want to change the law, we've got a very amazing process here in this country to both create and change laws. and so i don't want to comment on the specifics of any one case because i think that then puts the white house in a position of deciding who is following the law and who isn't, and who should get a pass.